Book Review Directory

#1 Getting Started with Raspberry Pi
Matt Richardson, Shawn Wallace
Good for exploring projects with Raspberry Pi
Aug 16, 2013

#2 Programming the Raspberry Pi
Getting Started with Python
Simon Monk
A good introduction for Raspberry Pi projects using Python programming language.
Aug 28, 2013

#3 Algorithms in C++
Robert Sedgewick
Oldie but goldie. Excellent survey of algorithms written in layman's language. Good for those who try to avoid technical jargon in their text.
Sep 27, 2013

#4 Raspberry Pi for Beginner
This is a great introduction for Raspberry Pi. The format is both a blessing and a curse. It's good that the projects are well illustrated. However, the steps outline is too short so any trouble will go unresolved.
Oct 3, 2013

#5 Zen and the Art of Well Being
Eric Chaline
Oct 10, 2013

#6 The Linux Command Line
William E. Shotts, Jr
An excellent overview for using shell commands. I learned a lot from reading this book.
Oct 17, 2013

#7 Make: Electronics
Charles Platt
A great introduction for dipping into electronic projects.
Oct 24, 2013

#8 Easy Sushi
Emi Kazuko
Oct 31, 2013

#9 Learning Python
Mark Lulz
A rather hefty 1500 page book. Comprehensive treatment of Python Language.
Nov 7, 2013

#10 Programming Python
Mark Lulz
A follow up of Learning Python book by the same author. 1500 page book of various supplemental libraries.
Nov 14, 2013

#11 Python Pocket Reference
Mark Lulz
A simple and concise Python grammar.
Nov 21, 2013

#12 Simply Tai chi
Graham Bryant and Lorraine James
Nov 28, 2013

#13 Successful Time Management for Dummies
Disk Zeller
Short, simple, and sweet techniques for time management.
Dec 05, 2013

#14 Getting Started with Processing
Casey Reas and Ben Fry
Excellent introduction to Processing programming language.
Dec 12, 2013

#15 The Reluctant Entrepreneur
Michael Masterson
Dec 19, 2013

#16 American Bar Association: Legal Guide to Game Development
Ross Dannenberg (Editor)
Dec 26, 2013

#17 Nasty People
Jay Carter
Highly Recommended reading for recognizing and dealing with invalidators.
Jan 02, 2014

#18 RuleBook for Argument
Anthony Weston
Highly Recommended reading for being a reasonable person.
Jan 09, 2014

#19 Debt Free Living
How to Get Out of Debt (and Stay Out)
Larry Burkett
Jan 16, 2014

#20 Chinese Cooking
Rose Cheng and Michelle Morris
Jan 23, 2014

#21 Japanese Cooking
Lulu Grimes
Jan 30, 2014

#22 Programming Linux Games
John R. Hall
An old but solid introduction to SDL programming.
Feb 06, 2014

#23 Modernist Cuisine at Home todo
Nathan Myhrvold et al
The seminal top-notch cooking book for home cooking.
Feb 13, 2014

#24 The Hobbit
J.R.R. Tolkien
A classic reading for all nerds and geeks.
Feb 20, 2014

#25 Damn! Why Didn't I write that?
Marc McCutcheon
A very convincing case for non-fiction writers.
Feb 27, 2014

#26 Sushi with Style
Ellen Brown
Mar 06, 2014

#27 Home Buying for Dummies
Eric Tyson and Ray Brown
Mar 13, 2014

#28 Learn to Play the Piano and Keyboard
Nick Freeth
Mar 20, 2014

#29 The Total Outdoorsman Manual
T. Edward Nickens et al
The book to bring for a joyful romp through the woods.
Mar 27, 2014

#30 Java for Dummies
Aaron E. Walsh
Applet for Dummies would be a better title.
Apr 03, 2014

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